Every home is different, as is every family’s energy needs. We’ll take a look at how your home is sited, how much sunlight it receives and how much roof space you have to accommodate solar panels.
Soon after, we’ll provide you with an initial estimate that will show how much you can save by going solar.
Lower your monthly utility bills
Your utility bill will drop significantly once you begin to generate your own solar power. Plus, your solar system will generate power which can be sold back to the grid when you are not using it. Your utility company will credit you for any power produced that you do not use, lowering your utility bill even further.
Installing solar is more affordable than ever
Attractive rebates and tax incentives are available for choosing solar, putting it within reach of just about everyone. Combining federal, state, and local incentives with tax credits can cover more than 30% of the total cost of a solar system.
No large upfront costs
With a Solar Lease or a Solar PPA, you can have your system installed with as little as no money down, while locking in a lower monthly rate.
Solar systems emit no greenhouse gasses, and reduce dependency on fossil fuels. A typical solar system will offset the CO2 equivalent of driving a car approximately 250,000 miles.
Now is the best time to choose solar
Every five minutes someone takes advantage of the financial and environmental benefits offered by solar. You can be one of them! Government rebates and tax incentives are designed to reward early adopters of solar power. These incentives won’t last forever.